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Mar 16, 2013 6:00pm PDT
passenger ship is expected to inject about $1 million into the economy every time it comes into port. >> really like the convenience of having it in our home city. that way, we don't have to worry about a hotel the night before or how we are going to get to the cruise terminal. yeah, it worked well. >> the ship will carry 100,000 passengers over the next year. >>> it's been in stationary orbit for more than two years. san francisco's beloved rocket ship insulation is about to blast off. it was originally supposed to stay for a year. the port said 2 1/2 years. it's great for gatherings and photos. people making jokes about it. they have not decided what is going to replace that. >> it's nice. we check in with mindy with sports comcast. what's going on? >> lots going on. nice to see you. the 49ers finding a missing piece to their super bowl puzzle. first, spring training baseball hits a home stretch. we'll show you which giants and as are getting into shape. >>> signing a lucrative five-year deal with the buccaneers. the 49ers had a big hole to fill in their top-rated defense. they app
Mar 18, 2013 6:00pm PDT
. march madness is coming to town this week. we have a ground floor look at how this city and the economy is getting ready. there are renovation projects and then there is this. crews laying down the floor where march madness will happen inside hp pavilion. >> and a feather in the cap for this building. >> reporter: putting the arena in the national spot light with teams and fans from all over the country to follow. >> we are going to be showcasing our building on tv to a national audience. that is great exposure for the building and the city of san jose to showcase as not only a great athletic city but one of the great in the united states. >> reporter: the benefits will be felt outside hp pavilion. downtown san jose restaurants and hotels will be packed this week. >> we will be sold out starting tomorrow through saturday. >> reporter: as visitors pour money into a south bay economy that has been on a tech fuelled housing boosted roll. >> we anticipate being sold out with reservations and dinner parties. we have several private dining rooms booked for officials and special dinners and st
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